I’m a firm believer that every artist has at least one masterpiece in them, even the bad ones. I’ve been listening to music for practically my entire life and have come across many a band and artist that, for lack of a kinder word, sucked. But every once in a while one of them will crawl out of the primordial soup of bad music and surprise me with an unexpected gem. Here are ten of those gems. Continue reading →
I love video games. I also love watching videos on YouTube. So it only seems natural that a lot of my favorite YouTube channels would be focused on video games. From the bros to the nerds, from the hunters to the theorists, YouTube has a thriving community of gamers who do everything from reviews to tutorials to remixes and everything in between. If it’s game related, it’s on YouTube. There are literally thousands of gaming channels on there, so narrowing it down to the ten best and putting those channels in order of quality was no easy task, but I managed to do it and this is what I came up with. These are the Top 10 YouTube Channels For Gamers (in my opinion) Continue reading →
In the first ever installment of our Adventure Time podcasts, we discuss the Great Mushroom War and some of the important episodes offering clues about the truth behind Ooo and some of the shows major characters. Email us with suggestions for future podcasts at email@example.com, or head over to our page on the TR forums. Hope to hear from you soon and thanks for listening. You’re awesome.
Even though the current state of TV isn’t perfect by any means, I would consider the mid and late 2000’s to be the dawn of a new golden age. Even though we still have to deal with Two and a Half Men, Glee, Honey Boo Boo, The Real Housewives and other such ilk, this is also the era of some of the best shows in decades. (Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, Dexter, The Office, Louie, Mad Men, Sherlock, Downton Abbey, the list goes on.) Thankfully more and more shows are putting a bigger emphasis on better writing than ever before, but while I love serious shows like Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad as much as the next guy, sometimes all I want is a show that can make me both think and laugh, preferably at the same time. (Or at least something to tide me over when South Park is between seasons.) In 2009, NBC gave us what the doctor ordered with Community. Continue reading →